Prospect Profile: Riley Duran

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Riley Duran was born on January 25, 2002, in Woburn, Massachusetts. The center played one year at Woburn Memorial High School before transferring to Malden Catholic High School and then Lawrence Academy during the 2018-19 season. Duran scored nine goals with 17 assists in 28 games and also played with the Cape Cod Whalers 16U AAA team, where he registered ten goals with 11 assists in 25 games. After his second season with Lawrence Academy Prep School, in which the 6-foot-2, 180-pound forward accumulated 44 points in 27 games, Duran joined the Youngstown Phantoms of the USHL for one season and scored eight goals with 11 assists in 47 games.

Boston Bruins Drafts Riley Duran in the Sixth Round in the 2020 NHL Draft

Riley Duran was drafted 182nd overall in the sixth round of the 2020 NHL Draft by the Boston Bruins. The right-shot forward played three seasons with the Providence College Friars of the Hockey East Conference and totaled 27 goals and 28 assists in 102 games. Duran was also a member of the Team USA World Junior Championships U20 team and had five points in five games in 2022.

Riley Duran Signs with the Boston Bruins

Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced on March 24, 2023, that the team had signed forward Riley Duran to a two-year entry-level contract with an annual NHL cap hit of $867,500. Duran reported to the Providence Bruins on an ATO for the remainder of the 2023-24 season. Duran totaled two goals and two assists in the 11 games and did not register a point in four playoff games. Duran will be vying for a regular spot on the Providence Bruins roster for the 2024-25 season.

Season 3. Episode 49. Prospects Rankings 26-30 Bruins Benders Podcast

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  1. Season 3. Episode 49. Prospects Rankings 26-30
  2. Season 3. Episode 48. Arbitration Deadline
  3. Season 3. Episode 47. Free Agency Begins
  4. Season 3. Episode 46. Draft Night
  5. Season 3. Episode 45. After the Hugs Are Gone

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